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Re: fixing a cover



>Hi List:
>
>I'm curious if anyone can guide me as to what brand of marker might be
>appropriate to cover up some ripped corners on a red linen book cover.  It
>is a very bright red.  One edge is also a little dirty, so I'd like to know
>if I can put something on a piece of cloth and rub it along the edge to
>make it look redder.
        Hi Andy:
        Check out the  offerings of philatelic supply companys.They sell
all size binders ,often using the rod-through-the post system common in
stamp albums such as  isd used in the Scott line.
(Offered by a devoted lurker)
S
>
>Also, the book has a wonderful removable hinging system made by Clele'(I
>may be wrong on the spelling because it is hard to read).  The interior is
>replaceable by turning 2 metal rods and pulling them out.  Can I buy the
>same or similiar hardware somewhere or covers with the hardware but without
>the inside pages?
>
>I look forward to any responses.
>
>-Andy Darlow
>
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